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App inventor vs Android Studio 
In this article you learn how App inventor and Android studio different from each other.

What is App inventor?

It uses a graphical interface (GUI) very almost just like the programming languages Scratch (programming language) and thus the StarLogo, which allows users to tug and drop visual objects to form an application which can run on mobile devices. In creating App Inventor, Google drew upon significant prior research in educational computing, and work done within Google on online development environments.

What is Android Studio?

Android Studio supports all an equivalent programming languages of IntelliJ (and CLion) e.g. Java, C++, and more with extensions, like Go;[19] and Android Studio 3.0 or later supports Kotlin[20] and "all Java 7 language features and a subset of Java 8 language features that change by platform version."[21] External projects backport some Java 9 features.[22] While IntelliJ states that Android Studio is made on supports all released Java versions, and Java 12, it isn't clear to what level Android Studio supports Java versions up to Java 12 (the documentation mentions partial Java 8 support). a minimum of some new language features up to Java 12 are usable in Android

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